29 May 2016

Hannah Kong unveils Collection

On the 24th of May 2016, I witnessed Hannah Kong's debut collection at Aruga by Rockwell.  Her collection features a 15-piece broderie d'art occasion wear, with meticulous stitching and embroidery known as the Lunéville or Tambour technique (a couture embellishment technique).  Hannah studied the techniques of embroidery art at the prestigious Ecole Lesage Paris, which is inextricably linked to the greatest names in fashion such as Yves Saint Laurent, Christian Lacroix, Louis Vuitton, Valentino Garavani, Christian Dior, Jean Paul Gaultier and Chanel under Karl Lagerfeld.

Hannah created such romantic and timeless pieces for her debut collection and the dresses were aptly named after her teachers, roommate, clients and favorite French names.  "My show is very French, the feel of an afternoon stroll in the gardens of Versailles", she says. "It's an ode to my stay in Paris."

Ivory silk gazaar dress adorned with gems, beads and rhinestones, with off-shoulder sleeves, cascading ruffles and a bow at the back

A-line tulle gown with a bustier and sheer top embellished with embossed embroidery
and beaded Japanese cut beads

Pink chiffon cutouts that are formed into flowers and patterns with crystals and rhinestones

Sheer tulle embroidered and beaded with round stones, glass beads and thread work
in a crosshatch pattern

Laced applique bustier top and a custom-embroidered and hand-beaded in glass beads tulle skirt

Clear cut glass beads and acrylic stones were used to create porcelain-like beadwork

Embroidered sheer tulle gown with thread work and applique cutouts in chiffon to form the flowers and patterns with crystals and rhinestones

Serpentine dress in porcelain-like beadwork with tulle sleeves

Beaded top in different cut beads that mimic a ceramic look with a princess tulle skirt

"This collection is all about creating romantic, timeless pieces.  It's really in the details", says Hannah

Out for a night of fashion with fellow blogger, Charlene Ajose.

Congratulations Hannah!

Hannah Kong's atelier is located at 6063 R. Palma Street, Barangay Poblacion, Makati City


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